Publications list for Associate Professor James Triccas

2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008


  • Ellis, S., Kalinowski, D., Leotta, L., Huang, M., Jelfs, P., Sintchenko, V., Richardson, D., Triccas, J. (2014), Potent Anti-Mycobacterial Activity of the Pyridoxal Isonicotinoyl Hydrazone Analogue, 2-Pyridylcarboxaldehyde Isonicotinoyl Hydrazone: A Lipophilic Transport Vehicle for Isonicotinic Acid Hydrazide. Molecular Pharmacology. 85(2), 269-278. [Abstract]


  • Pinto, R., Leotta, L., Shanahan, E., West, N., Leyh, T., Britton, W., Triccas, J. (2013), Host cell-induced components of the sulfate assimilation pathway are major protective antigens of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Journal of Infectious Diseases. 207(5), 778-785. [Abstract]
  • Harmer, C., Alnassafi, K., Hu, H., Elkins, M., Bye, P., Rose, B., Cordwell, S., Triccas, J., Harbour, C., Manos, J. (2013), Modulation of gene expression by Pseudomonas aeruginosa during chronic infection in the adult CF lung. Microbiology. 159(Pt 11), 2354-2363. [Abstract]
  • Yu, M., Lim, N., Ellis, S., Nagase, H., Triccas, J., Rutledge, P., Todd, M. (2013), Incorporation of Bulky and Cationic Cyclam-Triazole Moieties into Marimastat Can Generate Potent MMP Inhibitory Activity without Inducing Cytotoxicity. ChemistryOpen. 2(3), 99-105. [Abstract]
  • Florido, M., Grima, M., Gillis, C., Xia, Y., Turner, S., Triccas, J., Stambas, J., Britton, W. (2013), Influenza A Virus Infection Impairs Mycobacteria-Specific T Cell Responses and Mycobacterial Clearance in the Lung during Pulmonary Coinfection. Journal of Immunology. 191(1), 302-311. [Abstract]
  • Burke, C., Liu, M., Britton, W., Triccas, J., Thomas, T., Smith, A., Allen, S., Salomon, R., Harry, E. (2013), Harnessing single cell sorting to identify cell division genes and regulators in bacteria. PloS One. 8(4), e60964. [Abstract]


  • Harmer, C., Triccas, J., Hu, H., Rose, B., Bye, P., Elkins, M., Manos, J. (2012), Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains from the chronically infected cystic fibrosis lung display increased invasiveness of A549 epithelial cells over time. Microbial Pathogenesis. 53(1), 37-43. [Abstract]
  • Barbier, L., Tay, S., McGuffog, C., Triccas, J., McCaughan, G., Bowen, D., Bertolino, P. (2012), Two lymph nodes draining the mouse liver are the preferential site of DC migration and T cell activation. Journal of Hepatology. 57(2), 352-358. [Abstract]
  • Nambiar, J., Pinto, R., Aguilo, J., Takatsu, K., Martin, C., Britton, W., Triccas, J. (2012), Protective immunity afforded by attenuated, PhoP-deficient Mycobacterium tuberculosis is associated with sustained generation of CD4(+) T-cell memory. European Journal of Immunology. 42(2), 385-392. [Abstract]
  • Kao, F., Mahmuda, S., Pinto, R., Triccas, J., West, N., Britton, W. (2012), The Secreted Lipoprotein, MPT83, of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Is Recognized during Human Tuberculosis and Stimulates Protective Immunity in Mice. PLoS One. 7(5), e34991. [Abstract]


  • West, N., Thomson, S., Triccas, J., Medveczky, C., Ramshaw, I., Britton, W. (2011), Delivery of a multivalent scrambled antigen vaccine induces broad spectrum immunity and protection against tuberculosis. Vaccine. 29(44), 7759-7765. [Abstract]
  • Sumaria, N., Roediger, B., Ng, L., Qin, J., Pinto, R., Cavanagh, L., Shklovskaya, E., Fazekas de St Groth, B., Triccas, J., Weninger, W. (2011), Cutaneous immunosurveillance by self-renewing dermal gammadelta T cells. The Journal of Experimental Medicine. 208(3), 505-518. [Abstract]
  • Kong, C., Ng, L., Nambiar, J., Spratt, J., Weninger, W., Triccas, J. (2011), Targeted induction of antigen expression within dendritic cells modulates antigen-specific immunity afforded by recombinant BCG. Vaccine. 29(7), 1374-1381. [Abstract]
  • Triccas, J., Winter, N., Feng, C., West, N. (2011), Immunity to Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Clinical & Developmental Immunology. 2011, 406549. [Abstract]


  • Hulseberg, P., Zozulya, A., Chu, H., Triccas, J., Fabry, Z., Sandor, M. (2010), The same well-characterized T cell epitope SIINFEKL expressed in the context of a cytoplasmic or secreted protein in BCG induces different CD8+ T cell responses. Immunology letters. 130(1-2), 36-42. [Abstract]
  • Shanahan, E., Pinto, R., Triccas, J., Britton, W., West, N. (2010), Cutinase-like protein-6 of Mycobacterium tuberculosis is recognised in tuberculosis patients and protects mice against pulmonary infection as a single and fusion protein vaccine. Vaccine. 28(5), 1341-6. [Abstract]
  • Magnet, S., Hartkoorn, R., Szekely, R., Pato, J., Triccas, J., Schneider, P., Szantai-Kis, C., Orfi, L., Chambon, M., Banfi, D., Bueno, M., Turcatti, G., Keri, G., Cole, S. (2010), Leads for antitubercular compounds from kinase inhibitor library screens. Tuberculosis. 90(6), 354-360. [Abstract]
  • Nambiar, J., Ryan, A., Kong, C., Britton, W., Triccas, J. (2010), Modulation of pulmonary dendritic cell function by vaccine-encoded GM-CSF enhances protective immunity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. European Journal of Immunology. 40(1), 153-161. [Abstract]
  • Triccas, J. (2010), Recombinant BCG as a vaccine vehicle to protect against tuberculosis. Bioengineered bugs. 1(2), 110-5. [Abstract]
  • Spratt, J., Britton, W., Triccas, J. (2010), In vivo persistence and protective efficacy of the bacille Calmette Guerin vaccine overexpressing the HspX latency antigen. Bioengineered bugs. 1(1), 61-65. [Abstract]


  • Ryan, A., Nambiar, J., Wozniak, T., Roediger, B., Shklovskaya, E., Britton, W., Fazekas de St Groth, B., Triccas, J. (2009), Antigen load governs the differential priming of CD8 T cells in response to the bacille Calmette Guerin vaccine or Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection. Journal of Immunology. 182(11), 7172-7177. [Abstract]
  • Triccas, J., Ryan, A. (2009), Heterologous Expression of Genes in Mycobacteria. In: Methods in Molecular Biology: Mycobacteria Protocols. (pp.243-253).United States: Springer Science+Business Media.


  • Ng, L., Hsu, A., Mandell, M., Roediger, B., Hoeller, C., Mrass, P., Iparraguirre, A., Cavanagh, L., Triccas, J., Beverley, S., Scott, P., Weninger, W. (2008), Migratory dermal dendritic cells act as rapid sensors of protozoan parasites. PLoS pathogens. 4(11), e1000222. [Abstract]
  • Scandurra, G., Britton, W., Triccas, J. (2008), Inactivation of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis fadB4 gene results in increased virulence in host cell and mice. Microbes and infection / Institut Pasteur. 10(0), 38-44. [Abstract]
  • Britton, W., Triccas, J. (2008), The constituents of the cell envelope and their impact on the host immune system. In: The Mycobacterial Cell Envelope. (pp.249-270).United States: ASM Press.